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Article 29 Working Party Opinion on Guidelines on the application and setting of administrative fines for the purposes of the Regulation 2016/679

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Article 29 Working Party Opinion on Processing personal data in the context of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems

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Report from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on the first annual review of the functioning of the EU–U.S. Privacy Shield

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The Article 29 Working Party welcomes comments on the data breach notification and profiling guidelines

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Article 29 Data Protection Working Party: Guidelines on Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) and determining whether processing is “likely to result in a high risk” for the purposes of Regulation 2016/679

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Press Release: Article 29 Working Party – October 2017 Plenary Meeting

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Agenda: Article 29 Data Protection Working Party 112th Plenary Session (3 – 4 October 2017)

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Selection of arbitrators for the Arbitration Panel under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield – Second call for Interest

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Press Release: The European Consumer Consultative Group Opinion on clean energy

On 14 June 2017 the European Consumer Consultative Group (ECCG) adopted an Opinion that reflects their general assessment of the ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package. The ECCG took into account current problems faced by energy consumers in different EU countries, having assessed the overall impact that the new provisions could have on energy consumers. The opinion gives an overview of the necessary tools that could help solve basic consumer problems, for example through designing consumer-friendly offers, contracts and bills, ensuring that consumers get a better deal through online comparison tools and making switching easier. It acknowledges the extra help required by energy-poor consumers. It calls for action to ensure consumers enjoy the benefits of energy efficiency, that the low carbon energy transition is affordable for consumers and that all consumers are given the option to be active.

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Letter of the Chair of the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party to the Chair of ESMA

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Selection of arbitrators for the Arbitration Panel under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

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Press Release: Article 29 Data Protection Working Party June 2017 Plenary Meeting

“The Article 29 Working Party (WP29), at the June plenary meeting, examined certain critical matters with regards to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and of the Privacy Shield and adopted documents on other issues.”

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Exploratory Study of consumer issues in peer-to-peer platform markets

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Press Release: Results of the Fitness Check of consumer and marketing law and of the evaluation of the Consumer Rights Directive

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Study on measuring consumer detriment in the European Union

“This study set out to improve the quality and consistency of assessing personal consumer detriment by developing a simple, consistent state-of-the-art methodology to identify, measure and quantify its incidence and magnitude. Protecting consumers, especially the vulnerable ones, against significant personal detriment is a matter of fairness. In addition, this can also improve overall market functioning, as consumers confident enough that they have some protection against unforeseeable negative outcomes may be more willing to engage actively in markets, by e.g. switching to new suppliers or products, or signalling problems in the marketplace through their complaints.”

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Public consultation: EU Company law upgraded Package: digital solutions and providing efficient rules for cross border operations of companies

“The Commission work programme for 2017 announced an initiative on company law to facilitate the use of digital technologies throughout a company’s lifecycle and cross-border mergers and divisions.  This consultation seeks views on the scope and content of such an initiative.”

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Press Release: WP29 Plenary April 2017

“The Article 29 Working Party (WP29), at the April plenary meeting, examined certain critical matters with regards to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and of the Privacy Shield and adopted several key documents such as an opinion on the draft e-privacy regulation and guidelines on data portability, data protection officers, lead authority and data protection impact assessment.”

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EU-US Privacy Shield Form for Submission of Requests to the U.S. Ombudsperson

“The Privacy Shield Ombudsperson is a new mechanism set up under the Privacy Shield to facilitate the processing of and response to requests relating to the possible access for national security purposes by US intelligence authorities to personal data transmitted from the EU to the US. The Ombudsperson will deal with requests relating to data transferred not just pursuant to the Privacy Shield, but also on the basis of other frameworks such as the Standard contractual clauses (SCCs), binding corporate rules (BCRs) or derogations. In any event, you do not need to evidence that your data have in fact been accessed by the United States intelligence services.”

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